Today, I’ll introduce the Label as a Service model, which can be a possible alternative to the traditional recording deals in mentioned in the last post. Continue reading
After introducing my project in the last entry, want to use the next few to talk about the environment my startup will evolve in as well as some assumptions I made and techniques I want to use. In the rest of this post, I’ll try to sum up what I’ve understood and my views on the music industry. Continue reading
In the last month, I wrote some articles about my adventures in the startup world, but never got around to polishing and publishing them, and then feared the next articles would lack the necessary context to be understood. I eventually gave up trying to tell the complete story chronologically, and decided to start with just explaining the evolution of the concept, which is currently to provide PR and community management services to bands trying to crowdfund a concert or a tour.
Since the end of my studies mid-October I’ve been working on a startup project. I’m planning to write a series of articles to talk about what I’m doing for this project. In this post, I’ll give the reasons for writing about this and a brief overview of the concept. Continue reading
I have completed my Master’s Thesis on Unified Communications with Microsoft Lync 2013 at Microsoft Consulting Services for my degree at KTH (click the link for the full report). The oral presentation aspect I gave focused on the telephony aspect of Lync, and the slides are available on my SkyDrive..